Subtitle

Three Way Stretch

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Department (Manual Entry)

Political Science Department

Abstract

Arguing for a transnational labor movement increasingly poses transnational labor rights as transnational human rights. Sociologically, how can such transnational labor rights be secured by institutions at a global level? Moving from human rights to transnational social rights? A seemingly aporia between the concepts of labor rights and human rights can be dialectically mediated by the tradition of a critical sociology of law in yielding a critical sociology of rights.

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Presented at The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at The Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (13 April 2012)

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